Cayton North Yorkshire
Average time spent – 1-2 hours.
Things to do at Scarborough Footgolf review
Scarborough Footgolf is located close to the village of Cayton, near Scarborough, North Yorkshire. It is a dedicated FootGolf attraction with one regular footgolf course plus one adventure course which you can take as seriously (or not as seriously) as you please.
You can pick up a scorecard but as we expected to be pretty rubbish we saw it as a general kickabout. As total novices, the main regular course wasn’t as tough as we were expecting. They have 9 well-maintained holes each are quite some distance and are set out as a ‘par’ just like in real golf.
You will walk quite a long way during your visit. It can be played with anything from 2-5 players. Teams larger than this are split up. Once you have completed the course you can go around again.
We chose to also have a go at their adventure course. This is more for fun and it is incredibly challenging in places. You are given a pole in case you need to fish your football out of certain hazards. The course is set in woodland with a different challenge for each hole.
Challenges include kicking your ball past a goalie, through a split tree, over some water, through a tunnel and more. The final hole is the most challenging and depending on how determined you are you could be there for some time trying to get your ball in the hole.
Out top tip is to wear sturdy shoes as they are proper footballs you are kicking about. Each course takes around 30 minutes to complete.
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Important Information Scarborough Footgolf
Eating – There is a cafe next door in the stained glass centre.
Facilities in brief – Footgolf with one 9 hole course set out like a golf course and one 9 hole adventure course in woodland. There are toilets (portacabin).
Entry price – *Mid-range
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. One course is just £6 for an adult or £4 for a child. Both courses are £10 for an adult or £6 for a child (children are under 16). A family ticket is also available.
Opening: Scarborough Footgolf is open for most of the year. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Information on accessibility – No information is available
Address: Killerby Ln, Cayton, Scarborough YO11 3TP, North Yorkshire, England. Phone: 07519 189411
Category – Sports – Outdoors – Suitable for all ages but mostly suited to children from 4 years plus.
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